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#1 posted 11-27-2012 03:12 PM

By the way, I noticed you used box joints on your bee boxes.
My grandfather used nothing but dovetails. He always said dovetails would hold up longer than any other joint for bee boxes. He’s say that with him having over five hundred hives scattered all over north Georgia, he wanted to rebuild bee boxes as little as possible.

I have fond memories of those bee boxes. As a child, we turned one on end, one on side, and used the one on the side as a seat and the one on end as a table. That’s what the kids eat on at dinner because in my grandmother’s house, kids didn’t sit at the dinner table.

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